A significant object is something that is special to you but is useless to others. Everybody has there own object that is special to them because of the story behind the object. I have many significant objects, but there is one that is extra special. It just happens to be my good luck charm too. My special object is a metal moose no bigger than a nickel. Let me tell you what an impact this moose has made in my life.
When I first entered kindergarten, everything was just perfect. I was healthy and had friends. As the days went on, my parents noticed something wasn’t right. When I was taken to the doctors, we found out that I had a tumor in my jaw. The word had spread and when we contacted my church and told them the news. When my pre-school teacher found out, she wanted to give me something special. (I should probably tell you that I went to pre-school at my church.) A couple days before my surgery, she gave me something that changed my life. She handed me a white teddy bear and a little, metal moose. She told me that this moose would bring me good luck when I go into surgery. Plus it was easy for me to carry around. So within the second week of kindergarten, my parents took me and my lucky moose to the hospital and it was go time. Right before I went into surgery, I touched my lucky moose and everything turned out okay. Since then I have brought my lucky moose with me to all 7 of my surgeries for comfort.